With an advanced, quality and modern education, Canada is becoming more and more popular with the international student community.
According to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022, Canada has seven universities among the top 200 in the world.
Here are the top 5 Canadian universities:
1. University of Toronto
The University of Toronto is the only university in the top 20 of the World University Rankings 2022.
Founded in 1827, the University of Tornonto, located in the city of the same name, is the second oldest university in Canada, after McGill.
The university currently has more than 76,000 students, including nearly 26,000 international students and more than 9,500 faculty members. In addition, Tornoto University has more than 630 thousand alumni in more than 190 countries who are still collaborating on research to create outstanding achievements.
The university has more than 700 bachelor's degree programs and more than 200 master's and doctoral programs with more than 100 majors in all fields. The main majors of the school are: Science and engineering; Architecture, landscape and design; Medicare; Arts and sciences; Education; Forestry;…
In addition, the University of Toronto is a world leader in biomedical research and has the third largest library system in North America. The University of Toronto is ranked 1st in Canada and holds the 18th position in the world university rankings. Photo: iStock.
2. University of British Columbia (UBC)
In second place is the University of British Columbia, which is one of the highly competitive universities in Canada. The school is ranked 37th in the world, down 3 places compared to 2021.
Founded in 1908, the school currently has two campuses located in Kelowna and Vancouver - the most expensive city in Canada.
Currently, the school offers around 500 bachelor's and master's degrees in fields such as Business and Technology Management, Information Technology and Applied Technology, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Linguistics and Translations. art.
Over the years, the university has launched more than 1,300 research projects with businesses and fostered the creation of nearly 200 new companies.
UBC University has over 55,000 students with 33% being international. UBC alumni have won several Nobel Prizes, more than 60 Rhodes Fellowships, and more than 200 have become Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada.
3. McGill University
McGill University is the only Canadian institution featured in the World Economic Forum's Global University Leaders Forum, which includes the heads of 26 of the world's leading higher education institutions. world top.
In 1829, McGill founded the nation's first medical faculty, and to this day the university scores exceptionally well in world rankings for clinical subjects.
The university offers more than 300 areas of degree study to more than 40,000 students, 24% of whom come from 150 countries. It is considered one of Canada's most diverse international organisations.
In 2022, McGill University holds 44th place in the world's best universities, down 4 places compared to 2021. McGill University campus. Photo: iStock.
4. McMaster University
McMaster University ranks 4th in Canada and holds 80th place in 2022, according to THE. It is a public research university located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
The McMaster community includes 21,441 undergraduate students, 3,519 graduate students, 1,413 full-time faculty members, and 170,654 alumni in more than 137 countries worldwide.
The school offers both bachelor's and master's and doctoral levels, with a curriculum that provides major majors and different modes of study: full-time, part-time, online.
Some typical faculties at the school: Mathematics and Statistics, Computer Science, Music Arts, Environmental Science, Business Administration, Nursing, Humanities.
5. University of Montreal
The University of Montreal is the only French-speaking university in Canada's top five. It is the second largest university in the country in terms of student population, with more than 66,000 students enrolled. Of which, a quarter of the total number of students is international.
The university consists of 14 faculties, more than 60 departments and 2 affiliated schools: Polytechnique Montréal (School of Engineering; formerly École Polytechnique de Montréal) and HEC Montréal (School of Business). It offers more than 650 undergraduate and graduate programs, including 71 doctoral programs.
Outstanding training majors at the school: Arts and humanities, Economics and business, Medicine and health, Engineering and technology applications, Language and culture, Science and technology.
Many famous laboratories have been established at the University of Montreal, including: The world's leading Institute for Artificial Intelligence (MILA); The Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer (IRIC) and the Most Comprehensive Public Law Research Center in Canada (CRDP).